1 lakh paralegals to be trained by NALSA; Calls law students to participateSeptember 16 2010
The National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) has taken up an ambitious project of training nearly 1 lakh paralegals across the country. This weekend, Justices Altamas Kabir and Sathasivam would be travelling to Chandigarh to inaugurate the “train the trainers” programme. The programme will train 3 trainers from each State, on basics of constitutional law and other legislations.
Speaking to Bar & Bench, Member Secretary U Sarath Chandran said, “This two day training programme has been devised so that the trainers are deployed in each state to train . . .
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